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SuperClear Centrifuge Tubes

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SuperClear™ tubes offer you a standard of performance not available from other brands of centrifuge tubes. These tubes are made from a unique medical grade resin that is far more durable than commodity grade resins used in most other brands of tubes. This high quality resin makes it possible for you to spin these tubes at g-forces up to 233% greater than other tubes. So you can finally do those extractions you did in polycarbonate tubes before.

SuperClear™ tubes feature the Patented ViewPoint™ labeling spot that helps to reduce smearing of lab markers at the same time it protects sample labeling from damage during procedures.

And now you can order these tubes with our exclusive flat cap that includes an integral sealing ring, or a plug style cap that includes a very deep sealing area. The flat style caps can be easily labeled and are designed to allow you to seal them to an evaporation seal with ¾ turn for onehanded operation. And then a final ¼ turn will seal them liquid tight. The plug style caps are virtually leak proof and are perfect for use with horizontal shakers or extended storage.

SuperClear™ tubes are available in packaging styles for all your needs, including our Patented fiber racks, Sterile bags, and Bulk bags. All our sterile products use medical grade packaging and are radiation sterilized following a validated ISO 11137 method.
Product SuperClear Centrifuge Tubes
Company Labcon North America
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Labcon North America
3700 Lakeville Highway Petaluma, CA, USA

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